Tanya Wen
Tanya Wen
MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, University of Cambridge, UK
Verified email at mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk
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Neuroimaging of the joint Simon effect with believed biological and non-biological co-actors
T Wen, S Hsieh
Frontiers in human neuroscience 9, 483, 2015
212015
Network-based analysis reveals functional connectivity related to Internet addiction tendency
T Wen, S Hsieh
Frontiers in human neuroscience 10, 6, 2016
152016
The functional convergence and heterogeneity of social, episodic, and self-referential thought in the default mode network
T Wen, DJ Mitchell, J Duncan
Cerebral Cortex 30 (11), 5915-5929, 2020
132020
Response of the multiple-demand network during simple stimulus discriminations
T Wen, DJ Mitchell, J Duncan
Neuroimage 177, 79-87, 2018
112018
Hierarchical representation of multistep tasks in multiple-demand and default mode networks
T Wen, J Duncan, DJ Mitchell
Journal of Neuroscience 40 (40), 7724-7738, 2020
92020
The time-course of component processes of selective attention
T Wen, J Duncan, DJ Mitchell
NeuroImage 199, 396-407, 2019
82019
Connectivity patterns in cognitive control networks predict naturalistic multitasking ability
T Wen, DC Liu, S Hsieh
Neuropsychologia 114, 195-202, 2018
62018
Using functional magnetic resonance imaging to explore the flashed face distortion effect
T Wen, CC Kung
Journal of vision 14 (12), 29-29, 2014
42014
Representation of task episodes in human cortical networks
T Wen, J Duncan, DJ Mitchell
bioRxiv, 582858, 2019
12019
Spatial Bayesian hierarchical model with variable selection to fMRI data
KJ Lee, S Hsieh, T Wen
Spatial Statistics 21, 96-113, 2017
12017
Transfer of learned cognitive flexibility to novel stimuli and task sets
T Wen, RM Geddert, S Madlon-Kay, T Egner
bioRxiv, 2021
2021
Representational dynamics across multiple timescales in human cortical networks
T Wen
University of Cambridge, 2020
2020
Using functional magnetic resonance imaging to explore the flashed face distortion
T Wen, CC Kung
2014
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